Xiigxaag launches new game 'Shapie' for iPhone, iPad and iPod

👤by David Mitchelson Comments 📅01.12.2011 09:03:15


Dallas, TX, November 30, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Xiigxaag solutions, a provider of enterprise and consumer mobile solutions across all major mobile platforms have just released a game for the consumer market that runs on apple iPhone/iPod/iPad devices. Its a game called Shapie that challenges a user to a time bound shape matching contest. In this game, the user is presented with a series of dynamically generated shapes that need to be paired with an exact lookalike from among a set of choices.

Xiigxaag has intended to make Shapie a riveting game filled with suspense and urgency that appeals to all age groups and demographics. Shapie amalgamates brain tickling content with splendid graphics and music to present a series of time driven puzzles where the user has a very short time frame to make a decision. The game incorporates a wide array of dynamically generated shapes.

Very early on, in the conceptual stages of the project, Xiigxaag realised that they would have to arrive at a universal look and feel in order to appeal to a wide variety of users. So they spent a lot of iterations to fine tune the product. A result of this is the polished first version of Shapie.

“We spent a lot of time to fine tune not just the behaviour but also the look and feel of the game,” the Xiigxaag team explains. They also go on to add, “We have quite a big list of features that we are planning on adding to the game including a lot more levels, multiplayer support, game center support and different themes. All of these would further enhance Shapie’s existing user experience tremendously.”

The game is iOS5 compliant and is currently available in the Apple app store. It is free for a limited time. For more details and to download the app, please visit itunes.apple.com/us/app/shapie/id476306836

Source - Brothersoft

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